Lord's No. 1 Ground
|Lord's No. 1 Ground|
|Location||Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa|
|Operator||Natal cricket team|
|Tenants||Natal cricket team|
|First Test||January 21, 1910:|
South Africa v England
|Last Test||November 5, 1921:|
South Africa v Australia
|As of August 22, 2014|
Lord's No. 1 Ground also known as Lord's was a cricket ground in Durban, South Africa. It hosted 4 matches of Test cricket between 1910 and 1921 with the 2nd Test in 1909/10 and the 1st and 4th Tests in 1913/14, all between South Africa and England, and the 1st Test in 1921/22 between South Africa and Australia. The ground was demolished in 1922.
Four Test centuries were scored at the venue.
|1||118||Gordon White||South Africa||NR||England||21 January 1910||Won|
|2||109||Herbie Taylor||South Africa||NR||England||13 December 1913||Lost|
|3||119||Johnny Douglas||England||NR||South Africa||13 December 1913||Won|
|4||116||Charles Macartney||Australia||NR||South Africa||5 November 1921||Drawn|
- "Lord's: Test Matches". ESPN Cricinfo. 17 June 2011. Archived from the original on 16 December 2011. Retrieved 17 June 2011.
- "Records / Lord's, Durban / Test matches / High scores". Retrieved 27 December 2016.
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